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Ben Johnson's Review of "Opening Night"

Opening Night
Directed by John Cassavetes in 1977

John Cassavetes called his 1977 film “Opening Night” “The Finest movie he’d ever had anything to do with.” While my respect for Cassavetes is undying, I can’t agree with this statement. 420 more words

The Lucky Ones: A Beautiful Roller Coaster Ride That Breaks Hearts in Order to Heal.

The Review: ArsNova’s The Lucky Ones

by Ross

At some point during last fall’s NYTW production of the Bengson’s Hundred Days, Abigail Bengson briefly mentions a terrible thing that happened just before the story they are about to tell, but that story is a different one, and will not be told during this show. 1,450 more words

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Little Mermaid

Opening Night verdict ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The Lowry Theatre takes to the sea for its latest show at the Quays Theatre the Little Mermaid. Running until Saturday 14th April this brand new version, by the award-winning Metta Theatre, tells Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale with awe-inspiring acrobatics and hauntingly beautiful music. 274 more words

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The Edge of Our Bodies at the Edge of Our Seats.

The Review: TUTA Theatre’s The Edge of Our Bodies

By Ross

Be careful of the curtains, we are told, as we enter the small theater space at… 874 more words

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Paper Mill Playhouse's The Sting is On Tap Dancing Fire.

The Review: Paper Mill Playhouse’s The Sting, A New Musical

By Ross

I’m pretty sure we all have the same gut reaction when we hear the first few bars of “ 1,450 more words

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PH's This Flat Earth - Too Crowded with Popcorn and Problems.

The Review: This Flat Earth at Playwrights Horizons

By Ross

Lindsey Ferrentino’s new play, This Flat Earth, is making its powerful premiere at Playwrights Horizons… 1,251 more words

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Opening Night

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For the first time since 2010, the Stockton Ports dropped their home opener. On a mist filled evening on the Banks of the Deep Water Channel, the Banner Island boys could muster almost no offense, … 48 more words

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